From: www.bbc.co.uk/news Post-punk band The Alarm have scored a top 30 UK chart hit – with a stunt disguising themselves as an unknown younger group. Recording under the pseudonym The Poppyfields, they are at number 28 after selling more than 4,000 copies of their 1970s-style punk single 45RPM. In its accompanying video The Alarm are replaced by teenage Chester rockers The Wayriders who mime along to the song. Singer Mike [read more]
‘For Tomorrow (1985 Marcus Studios rough mix)’ [4:04] (Macdonald/Peters), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: My father said “Son, now my life’s work is done There’s a future for you, there’s a job to be done Stop fighting the system ’cause the system won’t break Get your hair cut boy and learn from my mistakes” I said to my father “Father give me a break There’s a million more chances that I’m [read more]
Due to unforeseen circumstances with the promoter and beyond the control of The Damned and The Alarm, the show on Sunday night at Bournemouth Operahouse has been cancelled. Please seek refunds from point of purchase and keep a look out for future shows.